Takes over division that brought us Mr. Rogers, autotuned
Sunday's final episode tops previous season finales
140-character or less reviews were good, bad, and somewhere in between
Steve Goldbloom's new PBS show takes an un-PBS approach
The people who remixed Mr. Rogers try gonzo news coverage with "Everything But the News"
"Sherlock" star's powers of deduction are not as strong as one would hope
Fifth episode of show's fourth season scores big
TCA 2014: Outed spy says Claire Danes is great, but what's with the cell phones in CIA headquarters?
TCA 2014: What PBS's "Makers" is doing differently from canceled projects
TCA 2014: PBS assembles stars for "Pioneers of Television" panel
TCA 2014: "Norman Lear detested it" says "Good Times" star
TCA 2014: Show targets kids 5-8
TCA 2014: "You've seen him after I divorced him. He ain’t said nothing since"
TCA 2014: PBS documentary says newsrooms wrongly blamed Affirmative Action for Blair's lies
TCA 2014: The producers of the PBS series talk longevity of show during Monday's panel discussion
TCA 2014: "Entourage" and "Mr. Selfridge" characters are "ultimately polar opposites of each other," says the man who plays both of them
TCA 2014: "Central Park Five" director tells TheWrap he believes settlement in $250 million case is imminent
"She has mastered an artistry of getting attention," says Oliver Luckett, CEO of theAudience
TCA 2014: PBS president Paula A. Kerger says "Sherlock" experiment probably won't affect "Downton"
TCA 2014: Network also announces programming tied to 70th anniversary of D-Day
Sunday's opener brought in 10.2 million viewers
He's mostly been solving other people's "elementary" cases
From AMC's "Breaking Bad" to HBO's "Game of Thrones" and even animated shows like Fox's "Family Guy," the characters were dropping like flies
Season 4 begins airing in the U.S. in January
Michelle Dockery's character is tasked with moving on after Dan Stevens' departure from the hit British series
Critics call the British premiere "a glowing success" with Julian Fellowes' writing at his best
Lacy's doc “Inventing David Geffen” just won "American Masters" its ninth Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
Bashar Assad criticized President Barack Obama's administration, saying they're presenting false allegations of chemical warfare to the American public
The vast majority of the settlement will compensate retired players who suffered cognitive injuries
The film on football's "concussion crisis" was a collaborative effort between ESPN and PBS' "Frontline"